Despite the fact I have a Bachelor degree in English Writing from University of Colorado Denver (class of 2012,) I still struggle with the proper usage of the semicolon. I’ve arrived at the point of no return with most of my sentences, and by then if a semicolon seems right, then I just go for it.
I’m not afraid to admit my love/hate/confusion relationship with the semicolon, but comedy trio The Lonely Island truly have no regrets in their bad grammar. In celebration of YouTube Comedy Week, The Lonely Island have debuted a hilarious new song called “Semicolon” and it features the lovely vocals of Solange.
This explicit track and lyric video, which happens to be one of the first videos not directed by The Lonely Island, shows us all the ”right” ways to use a semicolon. It sounds right to the guys, so they go for it and throw in a semicolon whenever they please. Good idea, wrong usage.
But who cares if it’s grammatically incorrect (which makes it even funnier.) The song is awesome! It’s got a nice rhythm to it and to be honest, it sounds sooooo legit!
Watch the official lyric video below.
And don’t forget to check out their 1st video for YouTube Comedy Week – Diaper Money
House music is my heart, but hey I love all things in the family of electronic dance music and I can get down with dubstep and drum & bass (so addicting!) So when Keeping The Faith (Ian Halsall) sent me links to some of his latest tracks, I was totally digging what I heard.
Even though I’m a house music junkie for life and that’s my heart, I love all types of music (especially EDM.) So don’t ever be afraid to submit your music to me. I try my best to share good music.
Word to the wise: you can never go wrong with some dubstep, drum & bass, and good old fashioned breaks. So check out some of Keeping The Faith’s music and be sure to stay in the loop via his soundcloud.
Russian house duo Going Deeper (Timur & Eugene) are back with brand new mix for the Spirit Soul Mix Archive.
Loaded with uptempo deep and soulful house, this May Podcast is surely one that will get you up and moving, but not dancing like a maniac. It’s uptempo, but the mix starts off with a sexy groove that deserves righteous sex appeal; not reckless grinding.
Not sure if any of that made much sense, but oh well! The point is, this is a good mix and Going Deeper is on my radar now. These Russian guys and there monthly mixes are earning a spot in my heart next to my other favorite duo, Bondax.
One more day until Todd Terry makes his way to DC’s U Street Music Hall and kills it on the decks at Red Fridays. If you’re in DC this weekend, you really ought to swing by, party with the ThinkSoul25 crew (Jasmine McGee,) and enjoy some house classics; you know he’s gonna spin some.
So in celebration of the legendary Todd Terry and Throwback Thursdays, I present to you some of my favorite club/dance music classics you’re gonna love!
Rap with a dance music beat. Can’t get better than this.
My all time favorite! I always sing this when it comes on, and I remember one time at Red Fridays a DJ spun this track and I almost lost my mind singing and hollering!
I’ve found myself randomly singing this song on so many occasions!
Haha, remember Mark Wahlberg was a rapper for a short time? LOVE IT!
This song never gets old! So much fun to dance to!!!